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Saudi Arabian Woman, Rumy Alqahtani Joins Miss Universe Beauty Pageant In Historic First

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Saudi Arabian woman, Rumy Alqahtani, will in a historic first, participate in the 2024 Miss Universe Beauty Pageant.

This signals a huge milestone in the reforms being promoted by the Saudi crowned prince, Mohammed Bin Salman.
The 27-year-old Riyadh-born Alqahtani, took to Instagram to express excitement at the opportunity while also highlighting the significance of the country’s landmark debut at the beauty pageant.

With this announcement, Alqahtani becomes the second after Bahrain’s Lujane Yacoub, who was at the previous year’s Miss Universe pageant, marking the first appearance of a contestant from the conservative Gulf region.
The upcoming Miss Universe competition will take place in Mexico on September 18 and will also witness Iran’s debut.

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BBNaija Mercy Eke explains why she was hospitalised

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Mercy Eke, also known as Lambo, a reality personality on Big Brother Naija, has been hospitalised.

Less than a day after being spotted having fun on a yacht, the “Pepper Dem” Season winner posted a picture of herself in a hospital bed along with a message reminding followers of how fleeting life is.

But she remained silent about how she got admitted to the hospital.

Eke wrote via her Instagram story: “Don’t waste your time in anger, regrets, and worries; life is too short to be unhappy. Who would have thought that I would end up in a hospital barely 24 hours after I was seen outside?

“I’m just having different thoughts of what could have been the worst case. God, I thank you for your loving kindness. Life is so f*cked. Good health is underrated.”

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JUST-IN: NCS Moves Bobrisky To Kirkiri Prison

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The Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS) has moved the troubled transvestite, Idris Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, from the Ikoyi Correctional Center to the Kirikiri Prison.

Bobrisky was sentenced to six months in prison for abusing the Naira.

Contrary to speculations, Bobrisky is not currently being housed at the Ikoyi Correctional Facility.

According to LEADERSHIP, the popular cross-dresser is presently held at the Kirikiri Prison and was discreetly transferred since last weekend to Kirikiri.

He stated, “It is procedural that he is moved to Kirikiri since it is an expansive prison compared to what we have here.”

He added that due to security reasons, Okuneye was quietly moved to the facility where he will serve his term.

It would be recalled that Justice Abimbola Awogboro of the Federal High Court in Lagos sentenced the cross-dresser to six months imprisonment.

While sentencing the convict on Friday, April 12, 2024, the judge said the verdict would serve as deterrent to others who are fond of abusing and mutilating the naira.

Bobrisky is being identified as a male based on his admission at the court last week and according to reports that there is no realignment of gender or genital organs.

The source affirmed that the convict has been taken to the male cell with other inmate “and so he will be treated as a normal inmate,” he said.

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E-Money vows to train Jnr Pope’s three sons

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Popular businessman and socialite, Emeka Okonkwo, aka E-Money, has promised to take care of the children of late Nollywood actor, Junior Pope.

Recall that Junior Pope and three others lost their lives after their boat capsized on the Anam River in Anambra State while returning from a movie location.

Mourning the late actor, E-Money disclosed that Junior Pope’s last words were about his commitment to train his three sons.

He pledged to fulfil the late actor’s wish by taking over the responsibility for his kids.

On his Instagram page, he wrote:

“It has been one week since you departed from this world, leaving behind a profound sense of loss that reverberates not only among us but also across Africa and beyond.

“Your presence, as both a friend and a brother, is deeply missed, JP. The weight of your absence bears heavily upon our hearts, yet we draw comfort from the belief that God will grant us the resilience to carry forward and uphold the legacy you’ve entrusted to us.

“We tenderly remember your final words on the boat, ‘Na only me dem born, I get 3 children na me go raise them,’ and we solemnly commit to honoring that vow.

“Your children now find solace in the embrace of the Okonkwo family, and we, as members of that family, pledge to nurture them as you would have wished. Your absence leaves a palpable void, JP, and your memory will forever be held dear. Rest peacefully, knowing that you are deeply cherished, and may God’s blessings encompass your soul, your family, and all who hold you in their hearts.”

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